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Midnight Falcon continues the tale of the Rigante which began in Sword in the Storm Love honour blood and betrayal all play out in this heroic fantasy by the Sunday Times bestselling author David Gemmell perfect for fans of Joe Abercrombie Duncan M Hamilton and Conn Iggulden For anyone who appreciates good heroic fantasy David Gemmell's offerings are mandatory Time OutGemme I didn t HAVE to read this one the way I did the first but in some ways I liked it better It starts 20 years after the events of the first book which put me off a bit at first since the first was leading up to showdown that is now over That was a bit of a let down but Gemmell fills in the story in bits pieces as this story goes along Instead of just another big battle full of heroic deeds he shows it from other angles that are true to life It s not just the aftermath but the results that we get to see As usual he makes the reader think shows the regular warriors perspectiveThere s plenty of kings fighting even some magic This is sword sorcery but magic isn t the key simply one aspect of life Pivotal at times ignore it at your own peril or embrace it It just depends The results of small decisions loom large Everyone makes choices then has to live with the conseuences They often don t have the information they need to choose properly but that s life If we only knew then what we know now rightI didn t like the characters as much in this book Everyone was flawed in the first book but in this one the flaws seemed even greater because they bore the weight of many earlier ones They managed to deal with them the story played out very well It was very difficult to put down toward the end Highly recommended The Doctors Dating Bargain play out in this heroic fantasy by the Sunday Times bestselling author David Gemmell The Collection perfect for fans of Joe Abercrombie Duncan M Hamilton and Conn Iggulden For anyone who appreciates good heroic fantasy David Gemmell's offerings are mandatory Time OutGemme I didn t HAVE to read this one the way I did the first but in some ways I liked it better It starts 20 years after the events of the first book which Whispers of Feathers put me off a bit at first since the first was leading up to showdown that is now over That was a bit of a let down but Gemmell fills in the story in bits Mount série tome 3 - L'empire du mal pieces as this story goes along Instead of just another big battle full of heroic deeds he shows it from other angles that are true to life It s not just the aftermath but the results that we get to see As usual he makes the reader think shows the regular warriors Entrepreneurial Vernacular perspectiveThere s Advanced C Programming by Example plenty of kings fighting even some magic This is sword sorcery but magic isn t the key simply one aspect of life Pivotal at times ignore it at your own Poslije svega (After, peril or embrace it It just depends The results of small decisions loom large Everyone makes choices then has to live with the conseuences They often don t have the information they need to choose Die Herrenschneiderei properly but that s life If we only knew then what we know now rightI didn t like the characters as much in this book Everyone was flawed in the first book but in this one the flaws seemed even greater because they bore the weight of many earlier ones They managed to deal with them the story Calling Cards: Uncover Your Calling played out very well It was very difficult to Cities of God put down toward the end Highly recommended

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Ll is a master at what he does SFXI have never read a bad David Gemmell book but these are uite exceptional Reader reviewThis is a cracking read great heroes and villains magic lots of action Reader reviewSo much happens I this book couldn't put it down brilliantly written Reader reviewThey called him Bane the Bastard though none said it to his faceBorn of treachery his nam Okay review timeMidnight Falcon Bane s soul name doesn t follow on directly from Sword In The Storm There is about a fourteen year gap giving time for Bane to grow into his teens The main focus of this book is Bane s life and character as the outcast bastard son of Connavar now the tribal king and famed DemonbladeBane has just lost his mother and after years of trying to gain his father s love or even a kind word seems lost of hope He s grown to be a strong warrior even at fifteen but he s been outcast by his Rigante tribe as his mother was outcast when she bore Connavar s illegitimate child Though the resemblance between father and son is without uestion right down to the odd coloured eyesBane s only friends are the witch Vorna and her son Banouin whom Bane protected as they grew amongst the Rigante Bane sets out on a journey at Vorna s reuest to protect Banoiun on his journey to Stone Stone shows great similarity to our ancient Rome though here the renowned general Jasaray and his armies are the enemy As are the deadly knights known as the Crimson PriestsIn the journey to Stone alone we see much of what Gemmell did so well the depth of character s and the distinctly different complex personalities and hearts of people The conversations between Bane and Banouin are a prime example of this Bane is an outcast a warrior and a killer but he relishes every day he lives and will give his life for those he loves Banouin well he wants to be away from savages like his friend and The Rigante Banouin thinks but does not act he moans and lives in regret and bitterness he thinks Bane s life is savage and foolish and that the people of Stone are civilized Partly because Banouin s father his namesake was from Stone and a revered general until he left to join the peaceful Rigante There are way too many twists and turns in this book to mention and I wouldn t spoil that for you But Bane finds love he also finds what it is to be loved He finds an enemy he hones his warrior skills and he finds himself Banouin is also on a journey and the Seidh Goddess The Morrigu keeps making timely appearances There are surprises in store for Connavar too and many other charactersThis book is a journey and not just for one man It s a read of characters and people not unlike many we might know This book in my opinion is one of Gemmell s best It s also the second best in the Rigante series It can be read as a stand alone book though if you ve read Sword In The Storm prior to this book it will fill in much of the background to this oneOh as a side note I ve read this book at least fifteen times over the years as I used to rotate all my really good reads I still do with some The New-York Review, and Atheneum Magazine, Vol. 2 put it down brilliantly written Reader reviewThey called him Bane the Bastard though none said it to his faceBorn of treachery his nam Okay review timeMidnight Falcon Bane s soul name doesn t follow on directly from Sword In The Storm There is about a fourteen year gap giving time for Bane to grow into his teens The main focus of this book is Bane s life and character as the outcast bastard son of Connavar now the tribal king and famed DemonbladeBane has just lost his mother and after years of trying to gain his father s love or even a kind word seems lost of hope He s grown to be a strong warrior even at fifteen but he s been outcast by his Rigante tribe as his mother was outcast when she bore Connavar s illegitimate child Though the resemblance between father and son is without uestion right down to the odd coloured eyesBane s only friends are the witch Vorna and her son Banouin whom Bane Mon patron voulait que je tape les seins nus protected as they grew amongst the Rigante Bane sets out on a journey at Vorna s reuest to His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch protect Banoiun on his journey to Stone Stone shows great similarity to our ancient Rome though here the renowned general Jasaray and his armies are the enemy As are the deadly knights known as the Crimson PriestsIn the journey to Stone alone we see much of what Gemmell did so well the depth of character s and the distinctly different complex The Doctors Dating Bargain personalities and hearts of The Collection people The conversations between Bane and Banouin are a Whispers of Feathers prime example of this Bane is an outcast a warrior and a killer but he relishes every day he lives and will give his life for those he loves Banouin well he wants to be away from savages like his friend and The Rigante Banouin thinks but does not act he moans and lives in regret and bitterness he thinks Bane s life is savage and foolish and that the Mount série tome 3 - L'empire du mal people of Stone are civilized Partly because Banouin s father his namesake was from Stone and a revered general until he left to join the Entrepreneurial Vernacular peaceful Rigante There are way too many twists and turns in this book to mention and I wouldn t spoil that for you But Bane finds love he also finds what it is to be loved He finds an enemy he hones his warrior skills and he finds himself Banouin is also on a journey and the Seidh Goddess The Morrigu keeps making timely appearances There are surprises in store for Connavar too and many other charactersThis book is a journey and not just for one man It s a read of characters and Advanced C Programming by Example people not unlike many we might know This book in my opinion is one of Gemmell s best It s also the second best in the Rigante series It can be read as a stand alone book though if you ve read Sword In The Storm Poslije svega (After, prior to this book it will fill in much of the background to this oneOh as a side note I ve read this book at least fifteen times over the years as I used to rotate all my really good reads I still do with some

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E a curse he grew up among the warriors of the Rigante They valued his skills in war but they feared the violence in his heartAnd when as a Wolfshead and Outlaw he left Rigante lands they breathed sighs of reliefBut Bane would return the destiny of the Rigante in his hands the fate of the world resting on his skills with a bladeThe story of the Rigante continues in Ravenhea This author is amazing I was told to read this series by Orson Scott Card at a seminar of his He said to read it if you want to understand strength of character He s right The characters in these books are faced with such heart wrenching decisions it makes you want to cry David Gemmell writes his characters with such power As young Bane tries to make something of his life he must overcome not just physical obstacles but ones of friendship and loyalty as well The main part of the story is driven by Bane s lust for vengeance but there is an underlying moral that carries him through to the end There is such truth in the morals presented here such dilemma and revelation that I dare say anyone could learn a thing or two about love and forgiveness from this novel True love like caring for all fellow men not romantic love which can be found anywhere and is rarely spiritually uplifting This book is a gem rare indeed The writing is amazing and the action is superb Everyone must read this series Twisted power As young Bane tries to make something of his life he must overcome not just The Exploration of the Male Anatomy physical obstacles but ones of friendship and loyalty as well The main Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy: The Inside Story of the Sustainable Development Goals part of the story is driven by Bane s lust for vengeance but there is an underlying moral that carries him through to the end There is such truth in the morals All Night Long (Nannies, presented here such dilemma and revelation that I dare say anyone could learn a thing or two about love and forgiveness from this novel True love like caring for all fellow men not romantic love which can be found anywhere and is rarely spiritually uplifting This book is a gem rare indeed The writing is amazing and the action is superb Everyone must read this series


10 thoughts on “Midnight Falcon

  1. says:

    Midnight Falcon David GemmellAn epic story begins with a young man's avowal 'Tell him that one day I shall cut his vile heart out' The speaker is Bane the Bastard a Wolfshead living outside the law Born of treachery his n

  2. says:

    I didn't HAVE to read this one the way I did the first but in some ways I liked it better It starts 20 years after the events of the first book which put me off a bit at first since the first was leading up to showdown that is now over That was a bit of a let down but Gemmell fills in the story in bits pieces as

  3. says:

    5 Stars Midnight Falcon book two of the Rigante series by David Gemmell is a fantastic second book in the series and an unusual one in that it ties up pretty much all of the plot lines David Gemmell has been in my

  4. says:

    Okay review timeMidnight Falcon Bane's soul name doesn't follow on directly from Sword In The Storm There is about a fourteen year gap giving time for Bane to grow into his teens The main focus of this book is Bane's life and character as the outcast bastard son of Connavar now the tribal king and famed Demonbla

  5. says:

    Midnight Falcon was a great seuel to the Sword in the StormAs usual Gemmell gave us great characters great plot and fantastic battle scenes This book was filled with action that ranged from duels in gladiator pits to large scale confrontationsBane is the main character of this book He is the illegitimate son of Connavar the greates

  6. says:

    There are some wonderful books you review by discussing their characters plot and writing Yet there are some books that are beyond that In reviewing them I don't talk about this twist and that character but about what I experienced while reading them This is a review of the second kind There was one point while I was reading this that my hands started to tremble and my heart was beating so fast it actually hurt

  7. says:

    This was a little better than the first one if that could be possible having in mind that the story here starts some 20 years from where it has been left in the previous volumeWith strong characters a lot of drama killings adventures and surprises a small amount of magic and gladiators fights also let`s not forget the big scale b

  8. says:

    This book was so good one of those books you search for and seldom find Strangely it was not all that original in the setting Think of an Arthurian EnglandScotlandIreland culture the Rigante against the expanding Roman Empire sliding from a republic to a dictatorship as the growing Stone empire But the characters are so vivid and the eternal

  9. says:

    This author is amazing I was told to read this series by Orson Scott Card at a seminar of his He said to read it i

  10. says:

    I really really liked the first book in this series I didn't think a second book could beat it But it did I LOV